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Memory card i put my memory card in. and it said i could use that one..but now its stuck and wont come out.. how do i get it out??

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They're spring loaded. Push on it again, and it should release the mechanism to pop it up
or... you put it in wrong, in which case, needle nose pliers will do the job.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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